First, we helped initially cleaning up and polishing out Ryan Robertson's (Arkansas Customs) 2014 GMC Sierra, "Resurrected." Ryan had a lot of sponsors, along with his own shop and employees put a lot of time and money into lifting and customizing this stock truck. He called us the day he had it completed to make the Sierra look new again. We did a full interior cleaning, polished up custom painted interior accents, polished the windows, polished sections of the body, and a full exterior detail as well. We had a lot of fun helping out with his project and are glad to see it sitting inside the venue as one of the focal points upon entrance.
Secondly, we did a complete interior cleaning on Austin Mayfield's (Big Truck Mafia) Ford F250, "The Heist." Austin had his stock truck lifted and outfitted with a custom wrap and loaded with bright LED lights. Lots of little add ons make for an amazing difference. This vehicle is located outside of the convention center in the Truckin' Magazine booth.
Lastly, we worked about two weeks helping assemble and completely polish out Mike Losh's (Slosh Tubz) GMC Jimmy, "Square Peg." This is Mike's second full SEMA build, so he had the help of many sponsors along the way. We jumped in on this bandwagon and donated our time in exchange for plenty of advertisement and our logo sitting pretty on this beauty. The night before it left for SEMA, Mike, Gary Angel (Street Driven Customs) and myself pounded away finishing assembly, and completely detailing/polishing this vehicle to perfection. It seems to be an extremely popular vehicle at the show and we are excited to be involved in it.
We look forward to keeping each of these vehicles proper after the show as well.